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XomniaNewsPower up your team with our juniors in data science and data engineering
group of junior data science and data engineers from Xomnia junior development programme. Group is standing in front of the Xomnia sign.

Power up your team with our juniors in data science and data engineering

Would you like to expand your data science or data engineering expertise in-house, but cannot find employees? We recruit top new data science and data engineering talent from the Netherlands and across Europe to match them to a specific company project or business needs.

During our event on the evening of Thursday, 29 August, companies have the opportunity to meet some of our junior Data Scientists and junior Data Engineers and learn what they are capable of achieving within an organisation.

Attendees will hear first-hand from two of our junior Data Scientists, Sebastiaan de Vries and Roshell Haaker about the data science solutions they have contributed to Schiphol Airport and ProRail.

Agenda

16:00 – 16:15 Walk-in, coffee & tea

16:15 – 16:30 Introduction

16:30 – 16:55 Sebastiaan de Vries, junior Data Scientist with Schiphol Airport

We analyse the performance of Schiphol’s winter operation and the geographical representation of the current performance of snow removal services. What is the most efficient way to keep Schiphol free of snow to minimize air traffic?

16:55 – 17:00 Break

17:00 – 17:25 Roshell Haaker, junior Data Scientist with Prorail

We predict the time required to resolve an incident on the track. How long does it take for the malfunction to be resolved and train traffic to run as planned? Which factors do we have to take into account and which methods do we use to solve challenges?

17:25 – 17:35 Questions

17:35 – 19:00 Network drink

This event is by invitation only. Interested in participating? Contact Allard Sombroek to determine if a spot is still available.

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Megan Janicke
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